Item 6: Ida B. Wells-Barnett, May 29, 1916, photocopy of T.L.S., 1 p.
Photo 6: Ida B. Wells-Barnett with her children, 1909, 13.7 x 9.5 cm
Item 11: Henry Davenport Northrop, Joseph R. Gay, and I. Garland Penn, The College of Life or Practical Self-Educator: A Manual of Self-Improvement of the Colored Race (Chicago: Chicago Publication and Lithograph Co., 1895): 99 ff, summarizing life of Ida B. Wells, typescript, 3 p.
Photo 10: Ida B. Wells-Barnett, [1920?], 14.8 x 9.9 cm
Item 9: "Idol of her People: Ida B. Wells, the Colored Advocate, Welcomed Home," The Daily Inter-Ocean, August 8, 1894: 2, photostat, 3 p., and photocopy, 3 p.
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Item 8: "To the Young Men Who Want to Go to France," original flyer, undated [ca. 1910-1920], with holograph letter on verso from "Wm. McCormick" to Ida B. Wells, concerning "Levena Sharp," a pregnant 17-year old rooming with "Mrs. Wm. Dorsey," A.L.S., 1 p., and photocopies annotated by Alfreda Duster, 2 p.
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Item 7: [Ida B. Wells?], "The Alpha Suffrage Club," The Alpha Suffrage Record, vol. 1, no. 1 (March 18, 1914), original document mounted on cardboard, 1 p., with photocopy
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Item 13: Campaign card supporting Mrs. Ida B. Wells-Barnett, candidate for Delegate to Republican National Convention, Kansas City, MO, June 1928
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Item 4: "Lynch Law in the United States: to the Editor of the Daily Post," Birmingham Daily Post, May 14, 1894, [annotated by Ida B. Wells], photocopy, 1 p.